A discourse of the state ecclesiastical of this kingdom, in relation to the civil.
A discourse of the state ecclesiastical of this kingdom, in relation to the civil. Considered under III. Conclusions. I. That the present state ecclesiastical is most convenient and best agreeing with the civil. II. That under the dominion and protection of this civil state, this state is most likely to enjoy all those rights which can any way belong unto it. III. That all the rights and respects that the state ecclesiastical enjoys or desires, are originally derived from their relation and dependence on the civil.